Art and philosopy at the University of California, 1919-1962
: Interview with Stephen Coburn Pepper. Mainly concerning his long association with the University at Berkeley, as professor and chairman, Philosophy Dept., as chairman, Art Dept., as assistant dean of College of Letters and Science, as member of many key academic and administrative committees, and, after retirement, as member of advisory committees on San Diego and Santa Cruz campuses. Comments on many important events, including 1919 "faculty revolution" and loyalty oath controversy.Collection Guide
: The Regional Oral History Office, 1954-1979Call Number
: Phonotape 297 BFull transcript availableRights
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